Fanatics used the power of fear to gain the media's attention. Now the media is responsible for providing them with an undeserved platform for their anti-Islamic messages.
If the Missouri Court of Appeals for the Western District does not rehear Ferguson's appeal, his lawyer asks that the case be sent to the Missouri Supreme Court.
Made up almost entirely of mom-and-pop operations, the salvage business is prospering. A-1 Auto Recyclers on East Broadway has been owned by the same family for 30 years, and now a new generation is taking the lead.
Watch a time-lapse video of the destruction of Stafford Hall while listening to former residents speak of their memories of the building.
Proposition B, a measure requiring dog breeders who own more than 10 dogs to follow specific care, feeding and shelter guidelines, will be up for vote in November.
A new Ellis Fischel Cancer Center will take up two floors of the complex at University Hospital.
A bronze bust of the former governor will be unveiled at the Capitol on Wednesday when lawmakers gather for their annual veto session.
Zavier Gooden is tasked with replacing one of the best linebackers at Missouri in Sean Weatherspoon, but so far Gooden has been integral to the Tigers' success on defense.
The governor had not yet arrived at the event when the Penn Valley Community College dean was stabbed. The dean is reported to be in stable condition.
Missouri tight end Michael Egnew is second on the team with 16 receptions, but seven of them have gone for 5 yards or less. The Tigers are hoping to see him break some tackles for bigger gains.
The trailer's owner was not injured. The fire is still under investigation.
After debating the merits of the strategies used by Habitat for Humanity and Job Point, the city's Community Development Commission proposed they each get a share of leftover federal money for affordable housing efforts.
The Daniel Boone Regional Library is responding to patrons' complaints about smoking on the Columbia library's grounds. Board members Bridget Canaday and David McDonald say they'd support a ban.
The exhibit can move forward after reaching an agreement with Missouri's attorney general over controversy surrounding the origin of the bodies used in the display.
The St. Louis woman performed an act of prostitution while infected with the AIDS virus.
The combination of smoking in bed while on oxygen may have caused the fire, according to the Bollinger County coroner.
A teenager wearing a mask and wielding a plastic machete caught the attention of the police in Joplin.
The Columbia Public Schools Foundation is organizing an attempt to break the world record for most people dress as superheroes in one location at 11 a.m. on Oct. 30 at the Hickman High School football field.
For people who suffer from night terrors — which amounts to about 2 percent of the adult population — services dogs can be used as "sleep sentries" who will awaken the sleeper before they begin an episode.